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newwoodbutcher

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01-20-2015 05:22 AM

I’m building an enclosed IPad/IPhone charging station it’s a tall Black Walnut box with a brass Brusso “click” latch and Brusso 95 degree hinges. The charger needs AC input coming through the bottom of the box. I’ve got a charger with a removable cord and can fit it all in the box but I need a fitting or grommet for the ac cord to pass into the box, instead of just a hole in the bottom. Something brass or even plastic that will serve as a strain relief and guide for the ac cable. I’ve spent hours on line but don’t have a clue what to call this fitting. Can anyone guide me?

-- Ken


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#1 posted 01-20-2015 05:33 AM

Rockler should have what you need.

See this link: http://www.rockler.com/hardware/storage-and-organization/media-and-cord-management

Looks like they call it a Flexi-grommet, but they have other styles in the link above.

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#2 posted 01-20-2015 05:40 AM

Something like this?

Do a google for “wire strain relief”

Cheers,
Brad

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#3 posted 01-20-2015 06:41 AM

Yes, I went through Rocler, Kloc Kit and untold hardware and cable management sites. Brad, the plastic wire strain relief is the best choice so far. I ordered a few but I’m still hoping for something a bit more classy. The wire strain relief search seems to be the path. Thank you both.

-- Ken

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